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· May, 2007

Stories about Latin America from May, 2007

Bolivia: A Country Unites Behind FIFA Ban on Stadiums at High Altitudes

Stadiums located at 2500 m above sea level are no longer able to host international football matches according to a recent FIFA ban. This move sent the Bolivian government into...

Cuba: Today Show

El Salvador: Preliminary Census Figures

Bolivia: Residents of El Alto Fed Up With Bars

Peru: Interview with Archaeologist Guillermo Cock

Venezuela: More Protest Photos

Peru: Bloggers Featured for the First Time?

Cuba: US Visit to Spain

Mexico: Shakira Concert in the Zocalo

Chile: Smog Makes Santiago Unlivable

Brazilian Express Loves (and jealousy) around the world

The Brazilian blogosphere entered in alert a few weeks ago when the major publish house Companhia das Letras (PT) announced a huge literary project. Idealized by Rodrigo Teixeira, the project...

Panama: Political Season Heating Up, The Return of Noriega, and Crime in Panama: a Love Story

Presidential elections in Panama are not scheduled until May 2009, but bloggers are already keeping a watchful eye out for any developments. Another interesting turn of events that will arrive...

Trinidad & Tobago, Venezuela: Media & Politics

Cuba: Health Care

Colombia: Reactions to Paramilitary Chief's “Confession”

Colombian bloggers react to the testimony provided by paramilitary chief Salvatore Mancuso, in which he implicated many of the Colombian powerful and elite. Some think he should not be believed,...

Ecuador: Video of Candidate for Constituent Assembly

Venezuela: RCTV Protest Photos

Honduras: Getting Used to a Kissing Culture

Argentina: Kirchner and Twitter

Guatemala: Asking About Guatemala

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